"Giving Rangers the lead yet?" - Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers reinforce that Celtic Fc will till win the title and trophy and disregard all negative comments on drop points - soocer442
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“Giving Rangers the lead yet?” – Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers reinforce that Celtic Fc will till win the title and trophy and disregard all negative comments on drop points

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At Pittodrie today, Celtic had to share the spoils with Aberdeen, who didn’t have a boss. It was a disappointing afternoon for the holders of the Scottish Premiership.

Bojan Miovski scored early in the second half to give the Dons a lead they could hold on to. Nicolas Kuhn then scored his first goal for the club to tie the game.

The acting coach of Aberdeen, Peter Leven, did a good job with the team talk at halftime, which helped the home team. However, both teams had chances to win all three points.

The game had a fun level of intensity, but the Hoops lacked intuition and a clinical edge. They only got a point, which was about what Brendan Rodgers’ team earned that day.

"Giving Rangers the lead yet?" - Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers reinforce that Celtic Fc will till win the title and trophy and disregard all negative comments on drop points

Some teams have trouble playing at Pittodrie, but Celtic’s opponents had not won in five games coming into today, and they won the middle battle in the second half.

Too many players haven’t been to the races for two weeks in a row. Hibernian will be at Easter Road on Wednesday, which will be another tough test for the Bhoys because they have had a rough time in Leith so far.

Rodgers talks after Celtic and Aberdeen tied.
Concerns have been raised about missing the chance to keep a good lead in the Scottish Premiership table. However, Rodgers, the manager of Celtic, is an experienced leader who doesn’t seem to be too scared of how unstable a title race can become.

In his words after the game, the 51-year-old denied that the Hoops’ fate in the league was now out of their hands, asking [Glasgow Times]: “Have we given Rangers the initiative?” “No way, not at all.”

“Listen, there’s still a long way to go and many points to fight for,” he said. Just keep our attention on ourselves and be more consistent.

“We played well with speed in our game before the break.” In every game, we need that. We were not very good last week, but we won. There was a tie because we weren’t very good today.

Celtic needs to get back on track at Easter Road.

If things go as planned the night before, Celtic could be in second place when they play Hibernian at Easter Road.

There is only one way to get over today’s loss, whether that is true or not: we need to respond in Leith by getting three points.

Anything less than that probably won’t get a lot of backing from the fans, who are still trying to win league titles.

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